Pencil portrait of a female Polish inmate made by another inmate in Ravensbrueck
Ravensbruck (Concentration camp);
- Object Type
Portrait drawing (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Bozenna M. Urbanowicz Gilbride
Portrait drawing of a woman, face and shoulders, created by another Polish inmate in Ravensbrück (Ravensbrueck) concentration camp in Germany in 1944.
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The collection consists of one doily and two drawings created by Polish prisoners in Ravensbrueck concentration camp in Germany during the Holocaust.
Doily created by a Polish inmate in Ravensbrück (Ravensbrueck) concentration camp in Germany in 1944. It has the phrase, Na zycie i na smierc (In life and death] embroidered above an image of the barracks.
Portrait drawing of a woman with a political prisoner badge created by another Polish inmate in Ravensbrück (Ravensbrueck) concentration camp in Germany in 1944.